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(DND Archives Photo, PL-8346)(Source Harold A Skaarup Web Page)
Curtiss P-40 Kittyhawk from No. 118 (Fighter) Squadron, RCAF, located in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, photographed on 4 April 1942.

The Curtiss P-40 (known as the Warhawk in the USA) is single-engined, single-seat, all-metal fighter and and ground-attack aircraft that first flew in 1938. The British Commonwealth air forces including the RCAF, and the Soviet air forces used the name Tomahawk for models equivalent to the P-40B and P-40C, and the name Kittyhawk for models equivalent to the P-40D and all later variants. The P-40 was in frontline service until the end of the Second World War. It was the third most-produced American fighter of the war after the P-51 and P-47, with 13,738 being built in Buffalo, New York. Based on war-time victory claims, over 200 Allied fighter pilots from 7 different nations (Australia, Canada, England, New Zealand, South Africa, the Soviet Union and the United States) became aces flying the P-40. A total of 13 RCAF units operated the Kittyhawk in the North West European or Alaskan theaters.

In mid-May 1940, Canadian and US officers watched comparative tests of a XP-40 and a Spitfire, at RCAF Station Uplands, Ottawa, Ontario. While the Spitfire was considered to have performed better, it was not available for use in Canada and the P-40 was ordered to meet home air defense requirements. In all, eight Home War Establishment Squadrons were equipped with the Kittyhawk: 72 Kittyhawk Mk. I, 12 Kittyhawk Mk. Ia, 15 Kittyhawk Mk. III and 35 Kittyhawk Mk. IV aircraft, for a total of 134 aircraft. These aircraft were mostly diverted from RAF Lend-Lease orders for service in Canada. The Kittyhawks were obtained in lieu of 144 Bell P-39 Airacobras originally allocated to Canada but reassigned to the RAF.

However, before any home units received the Kittyhawk, three RCAF Article XV squadrons operated Tomahawk aircraft from bases in the United Kingdom. No. 403 Squadron RCAF, a fighter unit, used the Tomahawk Mk. II briefly before converting to Spitfires. Two Army Co-operation (close air support) units, No. 400 Squadron and No. 414 Squadron, trained with Tomahawks, before converting to Mustang Mk. I aircraft and taking on a fighter/reconnaissance role. Of these, only No. 400 Squadron used Tomahawks operationally, conducting a number of armed sweeps over France in the late 1941. RCAF pilots also flew Tomahawks or Kittyhawks with other British Commonwealth units based in North Africa, the Mediterranean, South East Asia and (in at least one case) the South West Pacific.

In 1942, the Imperial Japanese Navy occupied two islands, Attu and Kiska, in the Aleutians off Alaska. RCAF home defense Kittyhawk squadrons saw combat over the Aleutians, assisting the USAAF. The RCAF initially sent No. 111 Squadron, flying the Kittyhawk Mk. I, to the US base on Adak island. During the drawn-out campaign, 12 Canadian Kittyhawks operated on a rotational basis from a new, more advanced base on Amchitka,75 miles (121 km) southeast of Kiska. No. 14 and No. 111 Sqns took "turn-about" at the base. During a major attack on Japanese positions at Kiska on 25 September 1942, Squadron Leader Ken Boomer shot down a Nakajima A6M2-N Rufe seaplane. The RCAF also purchased 12 P-40Ks directly from the USAAF while in the Aleutians. After the Japanese threat diminished, these two RCAF squadrons returned to Canada and eventually transferred to England without their Kittyhawks.

In January 1943, a further Article XV unit, No. 430 Squadron was formed at RAF Hartford Bridge, England and the pilots trained on the obsolete Tomahawk Mk. IIA. The squadron converted to the the Mustang Mk. I before commencing operations in mid-1943.

In early 1945 pilots from No. 133 Squadron RCAF, operating Kittyhawks out of RCAF Station Patricia Bay, Victoria, British Columbia, intercepted and destroyed two Japanese balloon-bombs, which were designed to cause wildfires on the North American mainland. On 21 February, Pilot Officer E. E. Maxwell shot down a balloon, which landed on Sumas Mountain in Washington State. On 10 March, Pilot Officer J. 0. Patten destroyed a balloon near Saltspring Island, BC. The last interception took place on 20 April 1945 when Pilot Officer P.V. Brodeur from No. 135 Squadron out of Abbotsford, BC, shot down a balloon over Vedder Mountain. Harold Skaarup web page and Wikipedia

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last update: 2024-03-23 20:00:45

Kittyhawk 720

s/n
 720
m/d
 Model 87A‑4
c/n
 1306

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in 1941, serial ET845. Also assigned USAAF serial 41-36199, as a P-40E-1. To No. 132 (F) Squadron, Western Air Command, in 1942. last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-April-10 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1944-August-20 Accident: 133 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Ormston
   1946-December-16 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 215

Kittyhawk 721

s/n
 721
m/d
 Model 87A‑4
c/n
 1308

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in 1941, serial ET847. Also assigned USAAF serial 41-36201, as a P-40E-1. With No. 132 (F) Squadron, Western Air Command, in 1942. last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-April-10 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1943-June-13 Accident: 132 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Callaghan | Collic | Hingston
1944-February-09 Accident: 132 Squadron Loc: Boundary Bay British Columbia Aerodrome Names: Friars
1944-February-24 Accident: 132 Squadron Loc: Boundary Bay British Columbia Names: Bell
   1944-April-10 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 215

Kittyhawk 722

s/n
 722
m/d
 Model 87A‑4
c/n
 1310

Known Squadron Assignments: ;132

Diverted from RAF order placed in 1941, serial ET849. Also assigned USAAF serial 41-36203, as a P-40E-1. Operated by No. 132 (F) Squadron on west coast, initially with only USAAF serial marked, coded "ZR*P". Category A damage in gear up landing at Tofino, BC on 28 November 1942. last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-April-10 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1942-November-28 Accident: 132 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Hees | Rogers | Roy
   1943-February-09 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
1942-November-28 KIA RCAF Flight Lieutenant Macleod William Hees 2023-01-31
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 215

Kittyhawk 723

s/n
 723
m/d
 Model 87A‑4
c/n
 1311

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in 1941, serial ET850. Also assigned USAAF serial 41-36204, as a P-40E-1. With No. 132 (F) Squadron, Western Air Command, in 1942. Landing gear failed to fully retract after taking off from Tofino on 22 April 1943, still marked as ET850. Pilot eventually proceeded to Sea Island and landed on the grass there with partially extended main gear. Hydraulic tank found to be empty after this landing. Collided with Kittyhawk 1081 on 28 January 1944. last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-April-10 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1943-August-09 Accident: 132 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Pape
1944-January-27 Accident: 132 Squadron Loc: Boundary Bay British Columbia Names: Rodmepl
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 215

Kittyhawk 724

s/n
 724
m/d
 Model 87A‑4
c/n
 1313

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in 1941, serial ET852. Also assigned USAAF serial 41-36206, as a P-40E-1. Category A crash in BC on 16 August 1942, while with No. 132 (F) Squadron. Pilot increased engine power to re-join formation over Strait of Georgia, 6 miles north-east of Active Pass. Engine backfired, cockpit filed with smoke, and engine eventually quit altogether. Pilot bailed out and was seriously injured, aircraft crashed in 400 feet of water and was not salvaged. From records, the aircraft may have still been carrying its RAF serial at time of crash. last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-April-10 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1942-September-08 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 215

Kittyhawk 725

s/n
 725
m/d
 Model 87A‑4
c/n
 1315

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in 1941, serial ET854. Also assigned USAAF serial 41-36208, as a P-40E-1. Category A crash at Fournier, Ontario on 25 May 1942, probably while ferrying to west coast. last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-April-10 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1942-October-06 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 215

Kittyhawk 726

s/n
 726
m/d
 Model 87A‑4
c/n
 1317

Known Squadron Assignments: ;133

Diverted from RAF order placed in 1941, serial ET856. Also assigned USAAF serial 41-36210, as a P-40E-1. Damaged in a crash on 25 May 1942, while with No. 132 (F) Squadron at RCAF Station Rockcliffe, Ontario, apparently repaired. Category A crash at RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC on 14 January 1945. Sank in Fraser River, near Ruskin, BC. Flying Officer D.H. Grundy killed. last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-April-10 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1945-January-14 Accident: 133 Squadron Loc: Names: Grundy
   1945-February-28 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
1945-January-14 KIA RCAF Flying Officer David Herbert Grundy 2023-03-09
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 215

Kittyhawk 727

s/n
 727
m/d
 Model 87A‑4
c/n
 1319

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in 1941, serial ET858. Also assigned USAAF serial 41-36212, as a P-40E-1. With No. 132 (F) Squadron, Western Air Command, in 1942. Initially operated with only USAAF serial marked, coded "ZR*D". last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-April-10 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1943-July-24 Accident: 132 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Pape
1944-April-27 Accident: 132 Squadron Loc: Tofino Names: Holm
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 215

Kittyhawk 728

s/n
 728
m/d
 Model 87A‑4
c/n
 1321

Known Squadron Assignments: ;132

Diverted from RAF order placed in 1941, serial ET860. Also assigned USAAF serial 41-36214, as a P-40E-1. With No. 132 (F) Squadron, Western Air Command, in 1942. Collided in fog with Kittyhawk AL216 (RCAF 1092) on 6 October 1942 over William Head, near Patricia Bay. Not clear if RCAF serial had been marked by time of crash. Flight Lieutenant J.D. Butler killed. last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-April-10 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1942-October-09 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
1942-October-06 KIA RCAF Flight Lieutenant John David Butler 2023-05-22
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 215

Kittyhawk 729

s/n
 729
m/d
 Model 87A‑4
c/n
 1323 (or 18874?)

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in 1941, serial ET862. Also assigned USAAF serial 41-36216, as a P-40E-1. With No. 132 (F) Squadron, Western Air Command, in 1942. Used by No. 133 (F) Squadron, RCAF Stations Sea Island or Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "S". Sold post war, transported by barge from Patricia Bay to Boeing Field, Seattle in 1947. Sold to V.B. Roberts of Seattle, registered as N1236N. Sold to Bell Air Services of Seattle, reported scrapped at Boeing Field, date unclear. last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-April-10 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1944-June-11 Accident: 133 Squadron Loc: Sea Island Names: Thompson
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 215

Kittyhawk 730

s/n
 730
m/d
 Model 87A‑4
c/n
 1324

Known Squadron Assignments: ;132

Diverted from RAF order placed in 1941, serial ET863. Also assigned USAAF serial 41-36217, as a P-40E-1. With No. 132 (F) Squadron, Western Air Command, in 1942. last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-April-10 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1942-September-03 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
1942-July-12 KIA RCAF Sergeant Charles Leslie O'Hara 2021-08-17
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 215

Kittyhawk 731

s/n
 731
m/d
 Model 87A‑4
c/n
 1327

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in 1941, serial ET866. Also assigned USAAF serial 41-36220, as a P-40E-1. Damaged while with No. 132 (F) Squadron during its formation at RCAF Station Rockcliffe, Ontario, 5 June 1942, still marked with RAF serial number. Operated by No. 163 (F) Squadron, RCAF Stations Sea Island or Patricia Bay, 1943/44. With No. 133 (F) Squadron, Western Air Command, when it crashed on 18 August 1944. Came down 15 miles west of Sea Island, over water, at 15:00 local time. Pilot bailed out without injuries. Cause of accident "obscure". last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-April-10 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1944-August-18 Accident: 133 Squadron Loc: Sea Island Names: Wilkie
   1944-August-31 Struck off Strength Struck off, after Category A crash on 18 August 1944. 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 215

Kittyhawk 831

s/n
 831
m/d
 Model 87A
c/n
 27394

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40M-5-CU Warhawk, serial 43-5706. With No. 8 Operational Training Unit at Greenwood, NS in 1944. With Fighter Affiliation Flight of No. 5 Operational Training Unit in 1945. last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-January-26 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 216

Kittyhawk 832

s/n
 832
m/d
 Model 87A
c/n
 27446

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40M-10-CU Warhawk, serial 43-5778. Ferried from Great Falls, Montana to Vancouver, BC, April 1943 by No. 124 (Ferry) Squadron, during delivery to Western Air Command. With No. 133 (F) Squadron, Western Air Command. With Fighter Affiliation Flight of No. 5 Operational Training Unit in 1944 / 1945. Sold, to US civil register as N1228N, post war. Reported crashed at Mercedes, Texas, in 1965. last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-January-26 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1943-August-29 Accident: 118 Fighter Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Jones
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 216

Kittyhawk 833

s/n
 833
m/d
 Model 87A
c/n
 27387

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40M-5-CU Warhawk, serial 43-5699. Lost at sea near Vancouver on 5 November 1943. Assigned to No. 133 (F) Squadron, Western Air Command at time of crash. Was taking part in training dog fight involving 4 RCAF Kittihawks and 4 USN Hellcats. Mid air with a Hellcat, both pilots killed. Crashed into sea six miles east of Discovery Island, both pilots bailed out but were not found. Suspected position 48.25N 123.08W last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-January-26 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1943-July-01 Accident: 118 Fighter Squadron Loc: Revillagigeco Channel Names: Vickers
   1943-November-09 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 216

Kittyhawk 834

s/n
 834
inst
 A 289
m/d
 Model 87A
c/n
 27379

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40M-5-CU Warhawk, serial 43-5691. To Western Air Command in 1943. Later became instructional airframe A 289. last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-January-26 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1943-April-27 Classified Instructional A 289 2020-06-09
   1946-March-09 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 216 | 1968 485

Kittyhawk 835

s/n
 835
m/d
 Model 87A
c/n
 27467

Known Squadron Assignments: ;163

Ex USAAF P-40M-10-CU Warhawk, serial 43-5779. Lost at sea near Patricia Bay, BC on 5 February 1944. Pilot Officer W.L. Szportan never located. last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-January-26 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1944-February-05 Accident: 163 Squadron Loc: Galiano Island Names: Szportan
   1944-March-02 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
1944-February-05 KIA RCAF Pilot Officer Walter Szportan 2023-02-16
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 216

Kittyhawk 836

s/n
 836
m/d
 Model 87A
c/n
 27482

Known Squadron Assignments: ;133

Ex USAAF P-40M-10-CU Warhawk, serial 43-5794. With No. 133 (F) Squadron, Western Air Command. last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-January-29 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1943-September-28 Accident: 118 Loc: Sea Island Names: Ward
1944-June-25 Accident: 133 Squadron Loc: Sea Island British Columbia Names: Clegg | Johnston
   1944-July-26 Struck off Strength Struck off, after Category A crash on 27 June 1944. 2019-08-20
1944-June-25 KIA RCAF Flying Officer Frank Peter Clegg 2024-02-29
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 216

Kittyhawk 837

s/n
 837
m/d
 Model 87A
c/n
 27474

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40M-10-CU Warhawk, serial 43-5786. To Western Air Command in 1943 With Fighter Affiliation Flight of No. 5 Operational Training Unit in 1944 / 1945. Sold post war. Reported at Boeing Field, Seattle in 1947. last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-January-29 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1943-June-21 Accident: 118 Fighter Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Burden
1944-April-14 Accident: 132 Squadron Loc: Tofino Names: Thompson
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 216

Kittyhawk 838

s/n
 838
m/d
 Model 87A
c/n
 27475

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40M-10-CU Warhawk, serial 43-5787. Operated by No. 163 (F) Squadron, RCAF Stations Sea Island or Patricia Bay, 1943/44. With Fighter Affiliation Flight of No. 5 Operational Training Unit in 1944 / 1945. Sold post war. Reported at Boeing Field, Seattle in 1947. last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-January-29 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 839

s/n
 839
m/d
 Model 87A
c/n
 27386?

Known Squadron Assignments: ;5

Ex USAAF P-40M-10-CU Warhawk, serial 43-5698. To Western Air Command in 1943. Serving with the Fighter Affiliation Flight of No. 5 Operational Training Unit at time of crash. Crashed after mid air collision near White Rock, BC with Liberator KG920, which landed safely. last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-January-29 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1944-February-17 Accident: 132 Squadron Loc: Boundary Bay British Columbia Names: Probert
1944-March-27 Accident: 132 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Whelan
1944-August-08 Accident: 5 Operational Training Unit Loc: Aerodrome Names: Thomson
1944-November-01 Accident: 5 Operational Training Unit Loc: Semiahmee Bay Names: Thomson
   1944-November-20 Struck off Strength Struck off, after Category A crash on 1 November 1944. 2019-08-20
1944-November-01 KIFA RCAF Flying Officer John Edgar Thomson 2023-05-22
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 840

s/n
 840
m/d
 Model 87A
c/n
 27490
c/r
 G‑KITT

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40M-10-CU Warhawk, serial number 43-5802. To Western Air Command in 1943. With Fighter Affiliation Flight of No. 5 Operational Training Unit in 1944 / 1945. Sold post war, to Vance B. Roberts of Seattle, Washington, Sept. 27, 1947-1950. Acquired at RCAF Station Patricia Bay, Vancouver Island. Barged to Boeing Field, Seattle, Washington, 1947, registered as N1233N. Sold to Art J. Bell/Bell Air Services of Boeing Field, Washington, July 21, 1950. To Oregon State University, 1951-1954, used as an Instructional Airframe. Sold to Bob Sturges/Columbia Airmotive of Troutdale, Oregon, 1954-1966. Used as advertising display at Troutdale Airport, 1954-1961. Identity apparently swapped with RCAF 877 c.1965 when that aircraft was scrapped. Reported at Las Vegas, Nevada in 1988.To Columbia Airmotive, Troutdale February 1967-1979, registered as N1009N. Stored dismantled, at Troutdale. Acquired paperwork ID of P-40N N1009N (ex 43-23494/RCAF 877, which had been scrapped) from Earl Reinert, 19 February 1967. Sold to Thomas L. Camp of Livermore, California and Las Vegas, Nevada, 1979-1985. Restored at Livermore, first flight 1982. To The Fighter Collection, Duxford, UK, Feb. 1985-2001. Arrived dismantled, 14 February 1985, remained on US civil register. First flight after reassembly, Feb. 27, 1985. Flown marked as RAF FR870, "GA*S", of No. 112 (F) Squadron. In USAAF markings by 2001. The aircraft at Duxford is reported by Baugher to be a P-40N, serial 42-104640, but this does not match company number. Sold in France, registered as F-AZJG in 1994. Back to UK in 1998, registered as G-KITT. Still active under this registration 2011 and 2012. last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-January-29 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1944-April-02 Accident: 133 Squadron Loc: Sea Island Names: Sundercock
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 841

s/n
 841
m/d
 Model 87A
c/n
 27499

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40M-10-CU Warhawk, serial number 43-5811. To Western Air Command in 1943. With Fighter Affiliation Flight of No. 5 Operational Training Unit in 1944 / 1945. last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-January-29 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 842

s/n
 842
m/d
 Model 87A
c/n
 27491

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40M-10-CU Warhawk, serial number 43-5803. To Western Air Command in 1943. With No. 132 (F) Squadron when it was damaged on 18 December 1943. Ran out of fuel shortly after lifting off at Boundary Bay. Pilot injured and aircraft destroyed in resulting crash. Investigation revealed pilot had not checked fuel before taking off. last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-February-03 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1943-December-18 Accident: 132 Squadron Loc: West Of Boundary Bay British Columbia Names: Baker
   1944-January-06 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 843

s/n
 843
m/d
 Model 87A
c/n
 27500

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40M-10-CU Warhawk, serial number 43-5812. last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-February-03 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1944-June-05 Accident: 132 Squadron Loc: Tofino Names: Dobereiner
   1944-July-26 Struck off Strength Struck off, after Category A crash on 21 June 1944. 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 844

s/n
 844
m/d
 Model 87A
c/n
 27498

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40M-10-CU Warhawk, serial number 43-5810. To Western Air Command in 1943 With Fighter Affiliation Flight of No. 5 Operational Training Unit in 1944 / 1945. Sold post war. Last civil registration cancelled in 1965. last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-February-04 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 845

s/n
 845
m/d
 Model 87A
c/n
 27483

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40M-10-CU Warhawk, serial number 43-5795. To Western Air Command in 1943. With No. 133 (F) Squadron, Western Air Command. With Fighter Affiliation Flight of No. 5 Operational Training Unit in 1944 / 1945. Sold post war, to civil register, registrations included N1232N. Seen at Bakersfield, CA, in 1989. Still flying 1999, coded "GM-D", in pseudo Mk I serials . Still airworthy 2009, as N1232N. last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-February-05 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1943-July-28 Accident: 118 Fighter Squadron Loc: Annette Island Names: Jones
1943-November-13 Accident: 163 Squadron Loc: Runway Immediately In Front Of Control Tower Names: Surphlis
1944-April-20 Accident: 133 Squadron Loc: Mission British Columbia Names: Bisson
1944-November-09 Accident: 5 Operational Training Unit Loc: 5 OTU Runway Names: Case
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 846

s/n
 846
m/d
 Model 87V or W
c/n
 28330

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40N-1-CU Warhawk, serial number 42-104568. last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-May-06 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1945-May-19 Accident: 135 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Dixon
   1945-July-07 Struck off Strength Struck off, after Category A crash at Patricia Bay, BC on 19 May 1945. 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 847

s/n
 847
m/d
 Model 87V or W
c/n
 28370

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40N-1-CU Warhawk, serial number 42-104608. To Western Air Command in 1943. Used by No. 135 (F) Squadron, RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "B". last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-May-06 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 848

s/n
 848
m/d
 Model 87V or W
c/n
 28310

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40N-1-CU Warhawk, serial number 42-104548. To Western Air Command in 1943. Used by No. 135 (F) Squadron, RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC, from May 1944, coded "P". One of the first two Kittyhawks delivered to this unit. last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-May-06 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1945-July-24 Accident: 135 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Gibbs
   1945-August-31 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 849

s/n
 849
m/d
 Model 87V or W
c/n
 28350

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40N-1-CU Warhawk, serial number 42-104588. last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-May-20 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1944-May-28 Accident: 135 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Morton
1945-February-22 Accident: 135 Squadron Loc: Whidby Island Wash Names: Havill
   1946-December-16 Struck off Strength Struck off, after Category A crash at Vancouver on 24 February 1945. 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 850

s/n
 850
m/d
 Model 87V or W
c/n
 28430

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40N-1-CU Warhawk, serial number 42-104668. Used by No. 135 (F) Squadron, RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "D". Sold post war. Barged from Vancouver Island to Boeing Field, Seattle, Washington, 1947. Sold to Babb Co., Burbank, California, circa 1949. last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-May-20 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 851

s/n
 851
m/d
 Model 87V or W
c/n
 28510

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40N-1-CU Warhawk, serial number 42-104748. Operated by Test & Development Establishment at RCAF Station Rockcliffe, Ontario when it was damaged in landing at Cartierville, Quebec on 16 May 1944. In use at RCAF Station Dartmouth, NS in 1945. last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-May-21 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1947-June-27 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 852

s/n
 852
m/d
 Model 87V or W
c/n
 28450

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40N-1-CU Warhawk, serial number 42-104688. To Western Air Command in 1943. Used by No. 135 (F) Squadron, RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "M". Category C damage in a gear up landing at Patricia Bay at 16:40 on 25 April 1945. last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-June-07 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1944-May-25 Accident: 132 Squadron Loc: Sea Island British Columbia Names: Gladstone
1945-April-25 Accident: 135 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Prentice
   1946-December-16 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 853

s/n
 853
m/d
 Model 87V or W
c/n
 28410

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40N-1-CU Warhawk, serial number 42-104648. To Western Air Command in 1943. last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-June-07 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 854

s/n
 854
m/d
 Model 87V or W
c/n
 28270

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40N-1-CU Warhawk, serial number 42-104508. Used by No. 135 (F) Squadron, RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "J". last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-June-07 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1944-July-21 Accident: 135 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Havill
1945-April-16 Accident: 135 Squadron Loc: Pat Bay Aerodrome Names: Graham
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 855

s/n
 855
m/d
 Model 87V or W
c/n
 28250

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40N-1-CU Warhawk, serial number 42-104488. Used by No. 135 (F) Squadron, RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC, from May 1944. One of the first two Kittyhawks delivered to this unit. Category C damage on 16 April 1945, while still with No. 135 Squadron. Reported with No. 163 Squadron when it crashed 10 miles south of Galiano Island on 2 May 1944. Pilot Officer W.L. Szportan killed. Name and datre of death confirmed by CWGC, name and serial number do not appear in 163 Squadron records. last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-June-11 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1945-April-16 Accident: 135 Squadron Loc: Pat Bay Aerodrome Names: Phillips
   1946-December-16 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 856

s/n
 856
m/d
 Model 87V or W
c/n
 28953

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40N-5-CU Warhawk, serial number 42-105191. Category C damage on 9 February 1945. Sold post war, to civil register. Seen at Santa Monica CA, in 1954. last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-June-22 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1945-February-03 Accident: 135 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Marsden
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 857

s/n
 857
m/d
 Model 87V or W
c/n
 28843

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40N-5-CU Warhawk, serial number 42-105181. To Western Air Command in 1943. Used by No. 135 (F) Squadron, RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "V". last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-June-22 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 858

s/n
 858
m/d
 Model 87V or W
c/n
 28954

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40N-5-CU Warhawk, serial number 42-105192. To Western Air Command in 1943. Used by No. 133 (F) Squadron, RCAF Stations Sea Island or Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "F". Shot down Japanese fire balloon at 13,500 feet over Saltspring Island, near Patricia Bay, 10 March 1945. Second and last kill for this squadron. Also used by No. 135 (F) Squadron, RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "J". Sold post war, to Fred Dyson, Boeing Field, Seattle, Washington, 23 October 1947. To US register as N1197N. Went through several owners and was modified as a cloud seeder and flown until 1958 when it underwent a belly landing. Obtained by Ed Maloney in 1960 and put on static display at The Air Museum. From 1977, restored to flying status as N85104 with Planes of Fame museum at Chino, California. First flight 1981. Displayed as USAAC, coded "47". Shipped to Hawaii for movie "Pearl Harbor", March 2000. Seen at Chino, California in November 2007, marked as USAAF 42-105192. Still at Chino in 2010, still marked as 42-105192 and N85104. last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-June-22 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 859

s/n
 859
m/d
 Model 87V or W
c/n
 28941

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40N-5-CU Warhawk, serial number 42-105179. To Western Air Command in 1943. Used by No. 135 (F) Squadron, RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "K". last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-July-07 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 860

s/n
 860
m/d
 Model 87V or W
c/n
 28942

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40N-5-CU Warhawk, serial number 42-105180. Used by No. 135 (F) Squadron, RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "H". last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-July-15 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1944-October-05 Accident: 135 Squadron Loc: Patricia Bay British Columbia Names: Mcmanus
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 861

s/n
 861
m/d
 Model 87V or W
c/n
 29600

Known Squadron Assignments: ;135

Ex USAAF P-40N-5-CU Warhawk, s/n 42-105839. Purchased from USAAF in Alaska. Operated by No. 111 (F) Squadron from Alaska, and from RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC. With No. 135 (F) Squadron at RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC when it crashed on Mount Newton, Vancouver Island, on 24 May 1945. Flying Officer T. Cormie killed. last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-September-17 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1945-May-24 Accident: 135 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Cormie
   1945-August-21 Struck off Strength Struck off, after Category A crash on 24 May 1945. 2020-09-23
1945-May-24 KIA RCAF Flying Officer Thomas Cormie 2024-04-19
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 862

s/n
 862
m/d
 Model 87V or W
c/n
 29602

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40N-5-CU Warhawk, s/n 42-105840, purchased in Alaska for No. 111 Squadron. Operated by No. 111 (F) Squadron from Alaska, and from RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC. Used by No. 135 (F) Squadron, RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "C". last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-September-17 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1945-August-23 Struck off Strength 2020-09-23
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 863

s/n
 863
m/d
 Model 87V or W
c/n
 29604

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40N-5-CU Warhawk, s/n 42-105842. To Western Air Command in 1944. last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-September-17 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1944-August-23 Accident: 133 Squadron Loc: Pat Bay Names: Hughes
   1944-September-28 Struck off Strength 2020-09-23
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 864

s/n
 864
m/d
 Model 87V or W
c/n
 29606

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40N-5-CU Warhawk, s/n 42-105844. To Western Air Command in 1944. Used by No. 133 (F) Squadron, RCAF Stations Sea Island or Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "T". Also used by No. 135 (F) Squadron, RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "F". Displayed at Canadian Museum of Flight, Surrey BC, in 1988, after recovery of hulk from farm near Courtney, BC (north of Patricia Bay, near CFB Comox). To Charles Darby/Pacific Aircraft Ltd/Pioneer Aircraft Restoration Ltd of Auckland, New Zealand, 1995-2002. Planned restoration to airworthy, no further information. last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-September-17 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1944-July-12 Accident: 133 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: MacDonald
1945-January-20 Accident: 133 Squadron Loc: Port Hardy British Columbia Names: Flannery | Riel
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 865

s/n
 865
m/d
 Model 87V or W
c/n
 29608

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40N-5-CU Warhawk, s/n 42-105846. With No. 130 (F) Squadron at RCAF Station Mont Joli, Quebec in 1943. To Western Air Command in 1944. Used by No. 135 (F) Squadron, RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "U". last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-September-17 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 866

s/n
 866
m/d
 Model 87V or W
c/n
 29627

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40N-5-CU Warhawk, s/n 42-105865. To Western Air Command in 1944. Used by No. 133 (F) Squadron, RCAF Stations Sea Island or Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 and 1945, coded "R". Shot down Japanese fire balloon at 25,000 ft near Patricia Bay on 21 February 1945. Wreckage landed on east slope of Sumas Mountain. First squadron victory. Also used by No. 135 (F) Squadron, RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "M". last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-September-17 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 867

s/n
 867
m/d
 Model 87V or W
c/n
 29629

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40N-5-CU Warhawk, s/n 42-105867, purchased in Alaska for 111 Squadron. Operated by No. 111 (F) Squadron from Alaska, and from RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC. Later with No. 135 (F) Squadron at RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC. With Fighter Affiliation Flight of No. 5 Operational Training Unit in 1944 / 1945. Sold post war, to civil register as N1226N. Barged to Boeing Field, Seattle, WA, 1947. Owned by Jim P. Swann/Universal Aircraft, Seattle, WA, 29 September 1947-1951. To Robert B. Harmon, Nabnasset, MA, 24 February 1951. To Gordon Clouser of Norman, Oklahoma, 1 June 1951-1957, modified for weather work. To I.N. Burchinall Jr. of Paris, Texas, 27 July 957-1958. Damaged during landing at Paris, 1958. To Glen Parker Jr. of Nederland, Texas, 11 November 1958, dismantled. To Mike Dillon of Phoenix, Arizona, cicra 1962-1965. To Confederate Air Force, Mercedes/Harlingen, Texas, May 1965-1991. To American Airpower Heritage Flying Museum, Midland, TX, Sept. 1991-2001. Flown marked as USAAF 29629, "48". To Commemorative Air Force, Midland, TX, 2002. Recently marked as aircraft flown by Tex Hill with the AVG in China. Severely damaged in a crash-landing at Casa Grande Municipal Airport on 18 March 2003. last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-September-17 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 868

s/n
 868
m/d
 Model 87V or W
c/n
 29631

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40N-5-CU Warhawk, s/n 42-105869. To Western Air Command in 1944. last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-September-17 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 869

s/n
 869
m/d
 Model 87V or W
c/n
 29633

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40N-5-CU Warhawk, s/n 42-105871. With Fighter Affiliation Flight of No. 5 Operational Training Unit in 1944. last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-September-17 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 870

s/n
 870
m/d
 Model 87V or W
c/n
 29640

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40N-5-CU Warhawk, s/n 42-105878, purchased in Alaska for 111 Squadron. Operated by No. 111 (F) Squadron from Alaska, and from RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC. With No. 132 (F) Squadron, Western Air Command, in 1944. With Fighter Affiliation Flight of No. 5 Operational Training Unit in 1944 / 1945. Sold post war, to civil register. Scrapped in 1950. last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-September-17 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 871

s/n
 871
m/d
 Model 87V or W
c/n
 30827

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40N-20-CU Warhawk, s/n 43-22888. With No. 135 (F) Squadron at RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC in 1944. last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-October-19 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1944-July-04 Accident: 135 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Surphlis
1944-August-20 Accident: 135 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Duncan
1945-March-03 Accident: 135 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Scott
   1946-December-16 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 872

s/n
 872
m/d
 Model 87V or W
c/n
 30149

Known Squadron Assignments:

Equivalent to USAAF P-40N, s/n 42-106387. Used by No. 135 (F) Squadron, RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "S". Category B damage at RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC on 4 July 1945. last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-October-19 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1945-April-16 Accident: 135 Squadron Loc: Pat Bay Aerodrome Names: Stratapetti
1945-June-30 Accident: 135 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Ford
   1945-September-21 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 873

s/n
 873
m/d
 Model 87V or W
c/n
 30824

Known Squadron Assignments:

EX USAAF P-40N-20-CU Warhawk, s/n 43-22885. To Western Air Command in 1944. last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-October-19 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1944-June-30 Accident: 135 Squadron Loc: Patricia Bay Names: D'aoust
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 874

s/n
 874
m/d
 Model 87V or W
c/n
 30821

Known Squadron Assignments:

EX USAAF P-40N-20-CU Warhawk, s/n 43-22882. To Western Air Command in 1944. last update: 2024-February-19
   1943-October-19 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1944-July-11 Accident: 135 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Morton
1945-March-15 Accident: 135 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Scott
   1946-December-16 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 875

s/n
 875
m/d
 Model 87V or W
c/n
 31435

Known Squadron Assignments:

EX USAAF P-40N-20-CU Warhawk, s/n 43-23496. Used by No. 135 (F) Squadron, RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "A". Category C damage reported on 15 August 1944. last update: 2024-February-19
1941-November-22 Accident: 111 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Inglass
1942-July-13 Accident: 111 Squadron Loc: Naknek Names: Lynch
   1944-January-11 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1944-August-13 Accident: 135 Squadron Loc: Boundary Bay British Columbia Names: Empringham
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 876

s/n
 876
m/d
 Model 87V or W
c/n
 31429

Known Squadron Assignments:

EX USAAF P-40N-20-CU Warhawk, s/n 43-23490. Used by No. 133 (F) Squadron, RCAF Stations Sea Island or Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "A". Category B damage at Patricia Bay on 7 April 1945, still with No. 133 Squadron, by then coded "H". Forced landed after engine failure while on a low bombing practice exercise. Came down 3 miles south of Patricia Bay aerodrome, near Turgoose Point. Pilot was on his second flight on type. No clear cause of the faiulre determined. last update: 2024-February-19
   1944-January-11 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1945-April-07 Accident: 133 Squadron Loc: Patricia Bay British Columbia Names: Thompson
   1945-June-18 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 877

s/n
 877
m/d
 Model 87V or W
c/n
 31433 (or 31423?)

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40N-20-CU Warhawk, serial number 43-23494 (or 43-23484?). With No. 132 (F) Squadron, Western Air Command, in early 1944. With Fighter Affiliation Flight of No. 5 Operational Training Unit in 1944 / 1945, coded "PV". Sold post war, to civil register, as N1009N. Identity apparently swapped with RCAF 840 c.1965 when this aircraft was scrapped. last update: 2024-February-19
   1944-January-27 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 878

s/n
 878
m/d
 Model 87V or W
c/n
 31426

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40N-20-CU Warhawk, serial number 43-23487. With Fighter Affiliation Flight of No. 5 Operational Training Unit in 1944. last update: 2024-February-19
   1944-January-31 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 879

s/n
 879
m/d
 Model 87V or W
c/n
 31432

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40N-20-CU Warhawk, serial number 43-23493. Used by No. 135 (F) Squadron, RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "X". last update: 2024-February-19
   1944-March-16 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1945-February-19 Accident: 135 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Havill
1945-May-15 Accident: 135 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Morton
   1946-December-16 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 880

s/n
 880
m/d
 Model 87V or W
c/n
 30158

Known Squadron Assignments:

Ex USAAF P-40N-15-CU Warhawk, serial number 42-106396. Used by No. 135 (F) Squadron, RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "N". Sold post war. At Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum in 1988 for air show. Later on US civil registry as N1195N owned by Warhawk LLC (John Paul), on display at Warhawk Air Museum, Nampa, Indiana. Equipped with dual controls, painted Olive Drab and also used in movie 'Pearl Harbor' in April 2000. last update: 2024-February-19
   1944-September-11 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 217

Kittyhawk 1028

s/n
 1028
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK752. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Operated by Test & Development Establishment at RCAF Station Rockcliffe, Ontario, still with RAF serial. Category B damage on 18 July 1942, while with No. 132 (F) Squadron at Sea Island or Patricia Bay, BC. Used by No. 133 (F) Squadron, RCAF Stations Sea Island or Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "H". Rebuilt by Col. Pay Scone, NSW, Australia 1989. last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-October-09 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1944-July-18 Accident: 132 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Onerheim
   1946-August-16 Struck off Strength Struck off, later sold 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1029

s/n
 1029
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK773. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Operated by Test & Development Establishment at RCAF Station Rockcliffe, Ontario, still with RAF serial. Category C damage on 10 July 1942, while serving with No. 118 (F) Squadron, RCAF Station Sea Island or Patricia Bay, BC. Later operated by No. 163 (F) Squadron, RCAF Stations Sea Island or Patricia Bay, 1943/44. With No. 133 (F) Squadron, Western Air Command, dates unknown. last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-October-09 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1944-August-02 Accident: 133 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Grundy
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1030

s/n
 1030
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK779. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-October-14 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1942-December-11 Struck off Strength Written off, after Category A crash on 8 June 1942, while ferrying to Western Air Command. 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1031

s/n
 1031
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK785. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Category B damage on 27 October 1944, while serving with No. 133 (F) Squadron at RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC. last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-October-14 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1944-January-21 Accident: 163 Squadron Loc: Patricia Bay Names: Black
1944-October-27 Accident: 133 Squadron Loc: Patricia Bay Names: Shapiro
   1944-October-27 Struck off Strength Struck off, see comments. 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1032

s/n
 1032
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK791. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Probably serving with No. 118 (F) Squadron at time of crash. last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-October-16 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1942-May-05 Struck off Strength Written off, after crashing into Bedford Basin on 27 March 1942. 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1033

s/n
 1033
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK797. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Served with No. 118 (F) Squadron. last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-October-17 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1943-June-10 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1034

s/n
 1034
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK803. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Accepted by RAF on 8 October 1941, at cost of US $36,347.00. Initially delivered to RCAF Station Dartmouth, NS. Ferried to west coast in June 1942. Category B damage on 29 August 1942, while serving with No. 118 (F) Squadron in Alaska. One main gear collapsed on takeoff, when the aircraft hit a rough spot on the Anette Island runway. RCAF serial applied by late 1942. Later used by No. 133 (F) Squadron, RCAF Stations Sea Island or Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "H". In overall polished bare metal finish by end of war, used on a war bond drive in Vancouver. Stored at Patricia Bay when struck off. Stored by purchaser, G. Maude, on Saltspring Island for many years. To civil register and restored with wing of 1057 at Patricia Bay from 1974. Displayed at the Commonwealth Military Museum, Sidney BC, in 1988. last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-October-16 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1945-February-19 Accident: 133 Squadron Loc: Patricia Bay British Columbia Names: Mclean
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength Struck off, later sold 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1035

s/n
 1035
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK809. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Category B damage on 14 February 1943, while serving with No. 118 (F) Squadron in Alaska. Used by No. 133 (F) Squadron, RCAF Stations Sea Island or Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "L". last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-October-17 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1943-September-30 Accident: 14 Squadron Loc: Whitehorse Names: Mcduff | Millar
   1946-August-16 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1036

s/n
 1036
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK815. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Served with No. 118 (F) Squadron. last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-October-22 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1943-October-08 Accident: 132 Squadron Loc: Boundary Bay British Columbia Names: Clement
1944-January-04 Accident: 132 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Abbott | Asher | Crick | Lahey | Robertson | Stevenson
   1948-April-02 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1037

s/n
 1037
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK821. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Probably serving with No. 118 (F) Squadron at time of crash. last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-October-22 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1943-April-26 Struck off Strength Written off, after Category A crash at Annette Island, Alaska. 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1038

s/n
 1038
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK827. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Category B damage on 3 December 1941, while serving with No. 118 (F) Squadron at RCAF Station Dartmouth, NS. Later used by No. 133 (F) Squadron, RCAF Stations Sea Island or Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "D". Sold postwar to Fred Dyson. To US civil register as N1223N. Rebuilt by Yankee Air Corps, Chino CA. 1988. On display at Yanks Air Museum at Chino in 2010, marked as "136483". last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-October-22 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1944-July-31 Accident: 132 Squadron Loc: Tofino British Columbia Names: Gladstone | Kennedy
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength Struck off, later sold. 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1039

s/n
 1039
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments: ;133

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK833. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. With No. 133 (F) Squadron, RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC at the time. On a dawn patrol, crashed and burned just north of Sea Island. Crash position 49.13N 123.10W Sgt. G. Paterson killed. last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-October-22 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1943-November-16 Accident: 14 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Campbell
1944-September-29 Accident: 133 Squadron Loc: Vancouver British Columbia Names: Paterson
   1944-November-22 Struck off Strength Struck off, after Category A crash on 29 September 1944 2019-08-20
1944-September-29 KIFA RCAF Flight Sergeant Gordon Paterson 2023-02-15
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1040

s/n
 1040
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK839. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Category B damage on 28 October 1944, while serving with No. 133 (F) Squadron at RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC. last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-October-23 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1944-March-01 Accident: 163 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Myles
1944-October-28 Accident: 133 Squadron Loc: Patricia Bay Names: Wice
   1944-October-28 Struck off Strength Struck off, see comments. 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1041

s/n
 1041
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK845. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Served with No. 118 (F) Squadron. Later used by No. 133 (F) Squadron, RCAF Stations Sea Island or Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "C". last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-October-22 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1946-August-16 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1042

s/n
 1042
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK851. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Category B damage on 17 January 1942 at Dartmouth, while serving with No. 118 (F) Squadron. Served with No. 132 (F) Squadron on west coast, coded "H", still with RAF serial marked. last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-October-25 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1943-December-08 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1043

s/n
 1043
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK857. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Category B damage on 1 September 1942, while with No. 118 (F) Squadron in Alaska, coded "RE*H". Later used by No. 133 (F) Squadron, RCAF Stations Sea Island or Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "W". last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-October-25 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1946-August-16 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1044

s/n
 1044
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK863. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Operated initially with RAF serial number marked. To No. 111 (F) Squadron at RCAF Stations Rockcliffe, Ontario, Sea Island, BC and Patricia Bay, BC, 1941 to 1943. Coded "TM*N". Nosed over on landing at Patricia Bay on 5 March 1942. May have operated against Japanese in Alaska, as part of X Wing, in 1942/1943. Also served with No. 163 (F) Squadron in BC, c.1943/44. Category A accident on 23 August 1944, while serving with No. 133 (F) Squadron on west coast. last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-November-03 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1944-July-12 Accident: 133 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Leslie
   1946-August-16 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1045

s/n
 1045
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK865. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Operated by No. 130 (F) Squadron, dates unknown. Used by No. 133 (F) Squadron, RCAF Stations Sea Island or Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "J". last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-February-02 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1948-March-05 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1046

s/n
 1046
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK869. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Category A accident on 23 June 1942, while serving with No. 111 (F) Squadron, probably in Alaska. last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-November-03 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1943-May-18 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1047

s/n
 1047
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK875. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. May have operated initially with RAF serial number marked. To No. 111 (F) Squadron at RCAF Stations Rockcliffe, Ontario, Sea Island, BC and Patricia Bay, BC, 1941 to 1943. Coded "T". Category C accident at Rockcliffe on 22 November 1941, while serving with No. 111 (F) Squadron. May have operated against Japanese in Alaska, as part of X Wing, in 1942/1943. Used by No. 133 (F) Squadron, RCAF Stations Sea Island or Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "D". At National Air & Space Museum 1988. last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-November-03 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1944-July-31 Accident: 132 Squadron Loc: Tofino British Columbia Names: Gladstone | Kennedy
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength Struck off, later sold. 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1048

s/n
 1048
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK881. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Category A crash on 12 May 1942, while serving with No. 111 (F) Squadron at RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC. Came down in Saanichton Bay after reporting engine problems. Sgt. R.R.T. Christy killed. last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-November-03 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1942-August-08 Struck off Strength Struck off after crash, see comments. 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1049

s/n
 1049
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments: ;111

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK887. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. With No. 111(F) Squadron at RCAF Station Sea Island, BC when it crashed and burned on 27 December 1941. Landed in front of 2261 South West Marine Drive, Vancouver, B.C. Pilot Sgt. C.B. Pierce killed. Probably still had RAF serial marked at time of crash. last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-November-06 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1942-March-19 Struck off Strength Struck off, after Category A crash at Vancouver, on 27 December 1941 2019-08-20
1941-December-27 KIFA RCAF Sergeant Charles Benjamin Pierce 2023-05-17
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1050

s/n
 1050
inst
 A 388
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK893. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. May have operated initially with RAF serial number marked. To No. 111 (F) Squadron at RCAF Stations Rockcliffe, Ontario, Sea Island, BC and Patricia Bay, BC 1941 to 1942. Coded "B". May have operated against Japanese in Alaska, as part of X Wing, 1942/1943. Category C accident on 30 December 1942, with No. 111 Squadron, probably in Alaska. Operated by No. 14 (F) Squadron from RCAF Station Patricia Bay, 1942/1943. Coded "B". May have seen service against Japanese in Alaska, March to September 1943 with this unit. Became instructional airframe A388. last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-November-06 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1944-April-01 Classified Instructional A 388 2020-06-10
1945-April-12 Accident: 133 Squadron Loc: Patricia Bay British Columbia Names: Holm
   1946-December-16 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220 | 1968 487

Kittyhawk 1051

s/n
 1051
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK899. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. With No. 111 (F) Squadron, RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC in late 1943. Sold post war to Fred Dyson for $50, on 23 October 1947, transported to Boeing Field, Seattle. Several subsequent owners, one of whom ferried the unregistered aircraft from Boeing Field to Everett, Washington. Mounted on the roof of Tony Dire's gas station in Everett for several years. Many interior pieces removed and sold during this time. Remains sold to Unlimited Aircraft Limited in 1968. Trucked to Chino, California, rebuild started, changed hands several times. Registered as N9837A during this period. Being rebuilt at Batavia IL. In 1988. Flew on 1 February 1992. Owned by Richard Hanson of Illinois, painted in USAAF colours. By 2005 flown by son Scott Hanson. last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-November-06 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1943-June-09 Accident: 111 Squadron Loc: Fort Greely Names: Weeks
1943-November-01 Accident: 111 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Ward
1943-November-15 Accident: 111 Squadron Loc: Patricia Bay Names: Gooding
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength Struck off, later sold. 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1052

s/n
 1052
m/d
 Model 87
c/n
 15286
c/r
 CF‑OGZ

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK905. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Initially with RAF serial number marked. To No. 111 (F) Squadron at RCAF Stations Rockcliffe, Ontario, Sea Island, BC and Patricia Bay, BC 1941 to 1942. Initially operated with RAF serial marked, coded "LZ*D". Later coded just "D". Operated against Japanese in Alaska, as part of X Wing, 1942/1943, still marked with RAF serial number. Used by No. 133 (F) Squadron, RCAF Stations Sea Island or Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "G". Flown in Alberta 1960 as CF-OGZ. Off Canadian registry by 1982. At Champaign IL. In 1989. last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-November-06 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1946-August-16 Struck off Strength Struck off, later sold. 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220 | 1968 633

Kittyhawk 1053

s/n
 1053
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK911. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Category C damage on 24 January 1942, while serving with No. 111 (F) Squadron at RCAF Station Sea Island, BC. Later operated by No. 14 (F) Squadron from RCAF Station Patricia Bay, 1942/1943. Coded "K". Damaged on 3 February 1943. Brakes of Bolingbroke 713 failed to hold while engines were being run up at Sea Island, that aircraft swung and struck and damaged Kittyhawks AK983 and AK911. (apparently not marked with RCAF serial at time of this accident.) May have seen service against Japanese in Alaska, March to September 1943. last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-November-06 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1943-August-06 Accident: 14 Squadron Loc: Fort Glenn Names: Marriott
1944-June-30 Accident: 132 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Holm
1944-November-05 Accident: 133 Squadron Loc: Orkis Island San Juan Group Names: Mclean
   1945-May-04 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1054

s/n
 1054
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK914. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Category A crash on 15 April 1943, while serving with No. 130 (F) Squadron at RCAF Station Sagueny, Quebec (later renamed RCAF Station Bagotville). last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-February-02 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1943-August-20 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1055

s/n
 1055
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK915. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. With No. 130 (F) Squadron in Quebec at time of crash. One of 4 squadron aircraft on a special search for a u-boat in the Gulf of St. Lawrance, ditched after running out of fuel. Pilot S/L Chevrier was lost. May have carried RAF serial until crash. last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-February-02 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1942-August-27 Struck off Strength Struck off, after ditching on 9 July 1942. 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1056

s/n
 1056
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serialsAK930. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Category C damage on 26 August 1942, while serving with No. 130 (F) Squadron, in Quebec. Initially carried RAF serial only. last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-February-02 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1943-May-29 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1057

s/n
 1057
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK933. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. With No. 130 (F) Squadron, in Quebec, c.1942. Used by No. 133 (F) Squadron, RCAF Stations Sea Island or Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "B". May have served with No. 132 (F) Squadron on West Coast, dates unknown. Wing used to restore 1034, now on display at Commonwealth Military Museum, Sidney BC. Also reported at Livermore CA. in 1989. last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-February-02 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1946-August-16 Struck off Strength Struck off, later sold 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1058

s/n
 1058
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serials AK940. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Initially with RAF serial number marked. To No. 111 (F) Squadron at RCAF Stations Rockcliffe, Ontario, Sea Island, BC and Patricia Bay, BC, 1941 to 1943. Coded "LZ*E". Operated against Japanese in Alaska, as part of X Wing, in September 1942. Still carried RAF serial number in Alaska. Used by No. 133 (F) Squadron, RCAF Stations Sea Island or Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "X". At National Warplane Museum, Geneseo NY 1988. Reported damaged in 1995. Under restoration again. last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-November-06 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1944-May-06 Accident: 133 Squadron Loc: Sea Island Names: Long
   1946-August-16 Struck off Strength Struck off, later sold 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1059

s/n
 1059
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments: ;132

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK950. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Operated by No. 14 (F) Squadron from RCAF Station Sea Island, 1942/1943. Coded "YA*K". Category B damage on 25 May 1942, while serving with this unit. May have seen service against Japanese in Alaska, from March 1943. last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-January-28 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1943-July-27 Accident: 132 Squadron Loc: Point Roberts Wa Names: Foster
   1943-August-02 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
1943-July-27 KIFA RCAF Pilot Officer Milton Arnold Foster 2023-02-12
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1060

s/n
 1060
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments: ;14

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK952. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Category C damage on 22 April 1942, while serving with No. 14 (F) Squadron at RCAF Station Sea Island, BC. Crashed into side of a hill at 10:35 on 2 October 1942 near Lynn Creek, BC. Pilot Officer A. Ridgeway killed. Investigation blamed pilot for continuing flight into fog in a narrow inlet. last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-January-28 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1942-October-08 Struck off Strength Struck off, 2019-08-20
1942-October-02 KIFA RCAF Pilot Officer Arnold Ridgway 2023-06-14
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1061

s/n
 1061
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments: ;111

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK954. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. May have operated initially with RAF serial number marked. To No. 111 (F) Squadron at RCAF Stations Rockcliffe, Ontario, Sea Island, BC and Patricia Bay, BC 1941 to 1942. Coded "LZ*F". Category C accident at Rockcliffe on 29 November 1941. One of 5 (6?) Kittyhawks that crashed on Unalaska Island, en route from Cold Lake, Alaska to Unmak Island, Alaska. Had become lost in fog and low cloud, while ferrying to south-west Alaska for operations against Japanese. Not clear if RCAF serial had been marked prior to crash. last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-November-20 Taken on Strength 2020-09-23
   1942-December-10 Struck off Strength Struck off, after crashing on 16 July 1942, see comments. 2019-08-20
1942-July-16 KIFA RCAF Squadron Leader John William Kerwin 2021-08-12
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1062

s/n
 1062
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK968. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Served with No. 132 (F) Squadron on west coast, coded "P". last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-November-20 Taken on Strength 2020-09-23
1943-July-29 Accident: 132 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Douglas
1943-September-18 Accident: 132 Squadron Loc: Gifford British Columbia Names: Solomon
1944-May-05 Accident: 132 Squadron Loc: Tofino Names: Cormie
   1944-September-22 Struck off Strength Struck off, after Category A crash on 5 May 1944. 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1063

s/n
 1063
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK978. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Operated by No. 14 (F) Squadron from RCAF Station Sea Island, 1942/1943. Coded "D". May have seen service against Japanese in Alaska, March to September 1943. last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-January-28 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1064

s/n
 1064
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK978. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Category C damage while serving with No. 132 or 133 (F) Squadron in BC on 19 August 1944. Later used by No. 133 (F) Squadron, RCAF Stations Sea Island or Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "P". Reported flying at Los Angeles CA in 1988. last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-April-23 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1943-May-20 Accident: 14 Squadron Loc: Ft Glenn Names: Cox
1944-August-19 Accident: 132 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Doyle
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength Struck off, later sold 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1065

s/n
 1065
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments: ;14

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK982. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Category C damage on 22 May 1942, while serving with No. 111 (F) Squadron at RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC. Crashed at Fort Glen, Alaska on 1 April 1943. WO/2 H.G. Anderson killed. last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-November-20 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1943-December-08 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
1943-April-01 KIFA RCAF Warrant Officer 2nd Class Harold Granville Anderson 2021-08-21
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1066

s/n
 1066
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK983. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. First assigned to No. 14 (F) Squadron at RCAF Station Rockcliffe, Ontario. Damaged on 3 February 1943. Brakes of Bolingbroke 713 failed to hold while engines were being run up at Sea Island, that aircraft swung and struck and damaged Kittyhawks AK983 and AK911. (apparently not marked with RCAF serial at time of this accident.) Category C damage on 24 September 1944, while serving with No. 133 (F) Squadron at RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC. last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-January-28 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1943-July-05 Accident: 132 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Henderson
1943-November-01 Accident: 111 Squadron Loc: Patricia Bay Names: Watkins
1944-September-24 Accident: 133 Squadron Loc: Patricia Bay Names: Hossack
   1946-August-16 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1067

s/n
 1067
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serials AK986. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. With No. 14 (F) Squadron, when it suffered Category B damage on 25 March 1942. Probably en route Rockcliffe to BC at the time. Ferried from Rockcliffe to Lethbridge 17 to 18 January 1943, still carrying RAF serial, by No. 124 (Ferry) Squadron. Used by No. 133 (F) Squadron, RCAF Stations Sea Island or Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "M". To civil register postwar, reported crashed in 1948. last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-January-28 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength Struck off, later sold 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1068

s/n
 1068
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK987. Also received USAAF serial number 42-65406? Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Operated by No. 14 (F) Squadron from RCAF Station Patricia Bay, 1942/1943. Coded "T". Category C damage while with this unit on 19 March 1942. May have seen service against Japanese in Alaska, March to September 1943. Used by No. 133 (F) Squadron, RCAF Stations Sea Island or Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "T". Reported at USAF Museum, WPAFB in 1988. last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-January-28 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength Struck off, later sold. 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1069

s/n
 1069
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK989. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. First assigned to No. 14 (F) Squadron at RCAF Station Rockcliffe, Ontario. Category A damage on 13 July 1942, while serving with No. 111 (F) Squadron in Alaska. last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-January-28 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1943-May-18 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1070

s/n
 1070
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AK996. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Category A damage, recorded at RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC on 16 July 1942. Serving with No. 111 (F) Squadron at that time, still carrying RAF serial number. One of 6 Kittyhawks that crashed on Unalaska Island, en route from Cold Lake, Alaska to Unmak Island, Alaska on 16 July 1942. Had become lost in fog and low cloud, while ferrying to south-west Alaska for operations against Japanese. Not clear if RCAF serial had been marked prior to crash. last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-December-01 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1942-December-10 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1071

s/n
 1071
inst
 A 389
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AL109. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Operated by No. 111 (F) Squadron on west coast, coded "LZ*V", initially with RAF serial marked. Served in Alaska, still carrying RAF serial. Classified as Instructional Airframe A 389 on 1 April 1944. Category B damage at Lethbridge, Alberta on 24 April 1944 (dates reversed?). last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-January-28 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1944-April-01 Classified Instructional A 389 2020-06-10
1944-April-09 Accident: 170 Ferry Squadron Loc: 8 Bomb & Gunnery School Names: Brower
   1944-July-25 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220 | 1968 487

Kittyhawk 1072

s/n
 1072
inst
 A 390; A 433
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AL110. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Operated by No. 14 (F) Squadron from RCAF Station Patricia Bay, 1942/1943. Coded "M". May have seen service against Japanese in Alaska, March to September 1943. Also served with No. 111 (F) Squadron, dates unknown. Used as Instructional Airframe A 390 and A 433. Had been RCAF 1072 last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-December-01 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1943-September-30 Accident: 14 Squadron Loc: Whitehorse Names: Mcduff | Millar
   1944-April-01 Classified Instructional CA A 390 2020-06-12
   1944-October-24 Classified Instructional CA A 433 2020-06-12
   1946-March-30 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1073

s/n
 1073
inst
 A 391
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AL113. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. With No. 14 (F) Squadron, dates unknown. Classified as Instructional Airframe A 391 on 1 April 1944. Sold post war, reported scrapped in 1952. last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-January-28 Taken on Strength 2020-10-26
   1944-April-01 Classified Instructional A 391 2020-06-10
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength Struck off, later sold. 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220 | 1968 487

Kittyhawk 1074

s/n
 1074
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AL115. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Used by No. 133 (F) Squadron, RCAF Stations Sea Island or Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "M". Category C damage at Sea Island on 3 May 1944. last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-April-23 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1944-January-18 Accident: 132 Squadron Loc: Boundary Bay British Columbia Names: Doyle
1944-May-03 Accident: 133 Squadron Loc: Comox British Columbia Names: Dempsey
   1946-August-16 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1075

s/n
 1075
inst
 A 392
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AL124. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. May have operated initially with RAF serial number marked. To No. 111 (F) Squadron at RCAF Stations Sea Island and Patricia Bay, BC. Coded "S". May have operated against Japanese in Alaska, as part of X Wing. Also served with No. 115 (F) and No. 14 (F) Squadrons, dates unknown. Classified as Instructional Airframe A 392 on 1 April 1944. last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-December-03 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1943-August-20 Accident: 14 Squadron Loc: Fort Glen # 1 Satellite Names: Finnina
   1944-April-01 Classified Instructional A 392 2020-06-10
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220 | 1968 487

Kittyhawk 1076

s/n
 1076
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AL135. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Served with No. 132 (F) Squadron on West Coast. Transferred to National Museum post war. last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-March-23 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1077

s/n
 1077
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments: ;124

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serials AL136. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. With No. 130 (F) Squadron at RCAF Station Saguenay in 1942, still carrying RAF serial. Category A damage at Calgary, Alberta on 29 October 1942. last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-February-02 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1943-March-12 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
1942-October-29 KIFA RCAF Pilot Officer Alfred George Carless 2023-12-21
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1078

s/n
 1078
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AL137. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Category B damage at Sea Island on 12 April 1942, when this aircraft collided with Bolingbroke 9041 on the ground. Used by No. 133 (F) Squadron, RCAF Stations Sea Island or Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "X". Sold to Fred Dyson, and taken to Boeing field in Washington post war. Later sold to Harlen Porter. Reports of it being stolen in 1949, not confirmed. Also reported reposessed by Boeing in the late 1940s to pay for airport storage fees at Boeing Field. last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-February-02 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1079

s/n
 1079
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AL138. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. To No. 111 (F) Squadron at RCAF Stations Sea Island and Patricia Bay, BC. Coded "LZ*S". One of 5 (6?) Kittyhawks that crashed on Unalaska Island, en route from Cold Lake, Alaska to Unmak Island, Alaska. Had become lost in fog and low cloud, while ferrying to south-west Alaska for operations against Japanese. Not clear if RCAF serial had been marked prior to crash. last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-December-10 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1942-December-10 Struck off Strength Struck off, after crashing on 16 July 1942, see comments 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1080

s/n
 1080
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AL144. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Operated by No. 14 (F) Squadron from RCAF Station Patricia Bay, 1942/1943. Category B accident on 28 May 1942, while serving with No. 14 (F) Squadron at RCAF Station Sea Island, BC. Coded "YA*O". May have seen service against Japanese in Alaska, March to September 1943. With No. 111 (F) Squadron, RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC in late 1943. last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-January-28 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1943-December-01 Accident: 111 Squadron Loc: Boundary Bay British Columbia Names: Garside
   1944-February-29 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1081

s/n
 1081
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AL150. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-February-02 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1944-January-27 Accident: 132 Squadron Loc: Boundary Bay British Columbia Names: Rodmepl
   1944-February-29 Struck off Strength Struck off, after colliding with Kittyhawk 723 on 28 January 1944 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1082

s/n
 1082
m/d
 Model 87
c/n
 18796

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AL152. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. With No. 118 (F) Squadron on west coast and possibly in Alaska, c.1941 to 1943. Served with No. 115 (F), dates unknown. On US civil register post war, as N1207V. Off register by 2005. Re-registered on 6 November 2007 as N95JB, to War Eagles Museum of Santa Teresa, New Mexico. last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-December-03 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength Struck off, later sold 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1083

s/n
 1083
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AL166. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. To No. 111 (F) Squadron at RCAF Stations Sea Island and Patricia Bay, BC. Coded "LZ*O". One of 6 Kittyhawks that crashed on Unalaska Island, en route from Cold Lake, Alaska to Unmak Island, Alaska on 6 July 1942. Had become lost in fog and low cloud, while ferrying to south-west Alaska for operations against Japanese. Not clear if RCAF serial had been marked prior to crash. Fl/Sgt. Gordon Douglas Baird killed. last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-December-13 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1942-December-10 Struck off Strength Struck off, after crashing on 16 July 1942, see comments. 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1084

s/n
 1084
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AL177. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Also reported as ex AL171, ex USAAF P-40N serial 42-104608, by Baugher. Category C damage at RCAF Station Rockcliffe, Ontario on 20 March 1942. Used by No. 133 (F) Squadron, RCAF Stations Sea Island or Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "Y". last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-February-02 Taken on Strength 2020-09-23
1945-January-20 Accident: 133 Squadron Loc: Port Hardy British Columbia Names: Flannery | Riel
   1946-August-16 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1085

s/n
 1085
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AL180. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-December-13 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1942-March-05 Struck off Strength Struck off, after in-flight fire at Patricia Bay. 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1086

s/n
 1086
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AL191. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Used by No. 133 (F) Squadron, RCAF Stations Sea Island or Patricia Bay, BC, 1944 or 1945, coded "T". Also with No. 132 (F) Squadron, dates unknown. Brought out of storage in the suymmer of 1946 to take part in the Winnipeg air show, flown by a pilot from No. 2 Composite Flight. last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-March-23 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1943-July-19 Accident: 14 Squadron Loc: Berryfield Names: Sabourin
1943-December-15 Accident: 14 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Marriott
   1953-October-22 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1087

s/n
 1087
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments: ;133

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AL194. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. To No. 111 (F) Squadron at RCAF Stations Sea Island and Patricia Bay, BC, initially operated with RAF serial marked, coded "LZ*E" and later just "E". Operated against Japanese in Alaska, 1942/1943, still carrying RAF serial number. Ran off runway on 13 April 1943 at Miller Army Airfield, Chiniak Point, Kodiak Island, Alaska, US pilot Warrant Officer S.R.J. MacLeod uninjured. Reported as coded "V" at that time. Later with No. 133 (F) Squadron, Western Air Command. last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-December-16 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1943-November-01 Accident: 111 Squadron Loc: Patricia Bay Names: Lippert
1944-May-21 Accident: 133 Squadron Loc: Cloverdale Names: Sundercock
   1944-June-13 Struck off Strength Struck off, after Category A accident on 21 May 1944, in BC. 2019-08-20
1944-May-21 KIFA RCAF Pilot Officer Donald Keith Sundercock 2023-02-08
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1088

s/n
 1088
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AL201. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. To No. 111 (F) Squadron at RCAF Stations Sea Island and Patricia Bay, BC. Coded "LZ*H". One of 6 Kittyhawks that crashed on Unalaska Island, en route from Cold Lake, Alaska to Unmak Island, Alaska on 16 July 1942. Had become lost in fog and low cloud, while ferrying to south-west Alaska for operations against Japanese. Not clear if RCAF serial had been marked prior to crash. last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-February-02 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1942-December-10 Struck off Strength (or 17 December?) Struck off, after crashing on 16 July 1942, see comments. 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1089

s/n
 1089
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments: ;118

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serials AL210. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Crashed into sea, on West Coast or in Alaska, on 12 October 1942 last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-January-13 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1942-December-08 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
1942-October-12 KIFA RCAF Pilot Officer George Alexander Gordon Baxter 2023-02-08
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 220

Kittyhawk 1090

s/n
 1090
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serials AL212. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Serving with No. 111 (F) Squadron at RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC when it crashed off Galiano Island on 19 April 1942. Probably still carrying USAAF serial when it crashed. Sgt. D.L. Stapelton killed. last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-December-13 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1942-May-16 Struck off Strength Struck off, after Category A crash on 19 April 1942 2020-09-23
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 221

Kittyhawk 1091

s/n
 1091
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AL214. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. To No. 111 (F) Squadron at RCAF Stations Sea Island and Patricia Bay, BC. Coded "X". May have operated against Japanese in Alska, 1942/1943. last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-December-13 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 221

Kittyhawk 1092

s/n
 1092
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AL216. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Serving with No. 118 (F) Squadron when written off. Collided with Kittyhawk ET860 on 6 October 1942 in fog over William Head, near Patricia Bay. Pilot Officer G.P. Johnson killed. Not clear if RCAF serial had been marked by time of accident. last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-December-13 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1942-October-09 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 221

Kittyhawk 1093

s/n
 1093
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments: ;14

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AL218. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Category A accident on 6 September 1943, while serving with No. 111 (F) Squadron at RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC. last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-December-13 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1943-September-06 Accident: 14 Squadron Loc: Mount Idak Names: Shavalier
   1943-December-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
1943-September-06 KIFA RCAF Pilot Officer Rodney Shavalier 2021-08-01
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 221

Kittyhawk 1094

s/n
 1094
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AL220. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-January-13 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1942-December-11 Struck off Strength Struck off, after Category A crash at Sudbury, Ontario on 8 June 1942. 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 221

Kittyhawk 1095

s/n
 1095
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AL222. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. With No. 118 (F) Squadron on west coast and possibly in Alaska, c.1941 to 1943. last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-December-13 Taken on Strength 2020-09-23
   1946-August-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 221

Kittyhawk 1096

s/n
 1096
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AL224. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Declared Category A at No. 3 Repair Depot on 27 June 1944. last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-January-13 Taken on Strength 2020-09-23
1944-June-25 Accident: 133 Squadron Loc: Sea Island British Columbia Names: Clegg | Johnston
   1944-July-26 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 221

Kittyhawk 1097

s/n
 1097
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AL226. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Category A accident on 14 February 1943, while seving with No. 118 (F) Squadron on West Coast. last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-January-13 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1943-June-10 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 221

Kittyhawk 1098

s/n
 1098
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments:

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AL227. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Category B accident on 26 January 1943, while serving with No. 118 (F) Squadron in Alaska. With No. 111 (F) Squadron, RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC in late 1943. With No. 133 (F) Squadron, Western Air Command. last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-January-13 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
   1946-August-16 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 221

Kittyhawk 1099

s/n
 1099
m/d
 Model 87

Known Squadron Assignments: ;14

Diverted from RAF order placed in May 1940, serial AL228. Equivalent to USAAF P-40D. Operated by Test & Development Establishment at RCAF Station Rockcliffe, Ontario, still with RAF serial. Category C2 damage on 12 July 1942, while serving with No. 14 (F) Squadron on West Coast. last update: 2024-February-19
   1942-January-13 Taken on Strength 2019-08-20
1943-August-14 Accident: 14 Squadron Loc: Bering Sea Names: Bell
   1943-December-23 Struck off Strength 2019-08-20
1943-August-14 KIFA RCAF Flying Officer Raymond Melvin Bell 2023-02-08
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 221

Kittyhawk 4245798

s/n
 4245798

Known Squadron Assignments: ;112

Serial in Orb for 112 Sqn is 245798 last update: 2024-February-19
1943-March-10 PoW RCAF Flying Officer George William Wiley MiD 2024-06-25
1944-March-25 PoW KIA RCAF Flight Lieutenant George William Wiley MiD 2024-06-25

Kittyhawk AK648

s/n
 AK648

Known Squadron Assignments: ;250

last update: 2024-February-19
1942-May-30 KIA RCAF Flight Sergeant Louis James Devlin 2021-08-04

Kittyhawk AK739

s/n
 AK739

Known Squadron Assignments: ;94

last update: 2024-February-19
1942-March-26 KIA RCAF Flight Sergeant Victor Arthur Laurence 2023-07-19

Kittyhawk AK748

s/n
 AK748

Known Squadron Assignments: ;94

last update: 2024-February-19
1942-March-21 KIA RCAF Pilot Officer Robert Henry McKillop 2021-08-17

Kittyhawk AK771

s/n
 AK771

Known Squadron Assignments: ;250

last update: 2024-February-19
1942-July-09 KIA RCAF Pilot Officer Donald Alexander McMaster 2023-09-24

Kittyhawk AK791

s/n
 AK791

Known Squadron Assignments: ;118

last update: 2024-February-19
1942-March-10 Accident: 118 Fighter Squadron Loc: Bedford Basin Names: Isralson
1942-March-10 KIA RCAF Flight Sergeant Glenn Herbert Isralson 2023-04-17

Kittyhawk AK807

s/n
 AK807

Known Squadron Assignments: ;94

last update: 2024-February-19
1942-March-15 KIA RCAF Flight Sergeant Michael D'Oyly Rochfort 2023-09-03

Kittyhawk AK821

s/n
 AK821

Known Squadron Assignments: ;118

last update: 2024-February-19
1942-October-08 Accident: 118 Fighter Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Brooker
1943-March-28 Accident: 118 Fighter Squadron Loc: Annette Island Mile North West Of Adam Runway Names: Jarred
1943-March-28 KIA RCAF Flight Lieutenant Arthur Jarred 2021-08-11

Kittyhawk AK833

s/n
 AK833

Known Squadron Assignments: ;132

last update: 2024-February-19
1942-April-09 Accident: 118 Fighter Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Dubisher
1943-November-05 Accident: 132 Squadron Loc: Discovery Is Names: Callaghan
1943-November-05 KIA RCAF Pilot Officer Keith Baines Callaghan 2023-12-03

Kittyhawk AK851

s/n
 AK851

Known Squadron Assignments: ;14

last update: 2024-February-19
1942-January-17 Accident: 118 Fighter Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Roberts
1942-June-08 Accident: 118 Fighter Squadron Loc: Sudbury Ontario Names: Banting
1943-March-28 Accident: 14 Squadron Loc: Fort Glenn Aerodrome Names: Tomlinson
1943-March-28 KIA RCAF Pilot Officer John Whiteford Tomlinson 2021-07-17

Kittyhawk AK881

s/n
 AK881

Known Squadron Assignments: ;111

last update: 2024-February-19
1942-May-12 Accident: 111 Squadron Loc: Saanichton Bay Names: Christy
1942-May-12 KIA RCAF Sergeant Richard Roland Thomas Christy 2024-02-20

Kittyhawk AK900

s/n
 AK900

Known Squadron Assignments: ;112

last update: 2024-February-19
1942-March-14 KIA RCAF Flight Sergeant Robert Emil Simonsen 2023-07-19

Kittyhawk AK915

s/n
 AK915

Known Squadron Assignments: ;130

last update: 2024-February-19
1942-July-06 Accident: 130 Squadron Loc: Capchat Quebec Names: Chevrier
1942-July-06 KIA RCAF Squadron Leader Joseph Armond Jacques Chevrier 2024-02-13

Kittyhawk AK943

s/n
 AK943

Known Squadron Assignments: ;260

last update: 2024-February-19
1942-May-31 KIA RCAF Flight Sergeant Clarence Perley Veysey 2023-07-19

Kittyhawk AK952

s/n
 AK952

Known Squadron Assignments: ;14

last update: 2024-February-19
1942-February-22 Accident: 14 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Manzer
1942-March-12 Accident: 14 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: O'Brien
1942-April-02 Accident: 14 Squadron Loc: Repair Depot Names: Crimmins
1942-October-02 Accident: 14 Squadron Loc: Lynn Creek North Vancouver Names: Ridgway

Kittyhawk AK953

s/n
 AK953

Known Squadron Assignments: ;53

last update: 2024-February-19
1942-September-21 KIFA RCAF Flight Sergeant Joseph Anthony Edward Vincent 2023-09-07

Kittyhawk AK959

s/n
 AK959

Known Squadron Assignments: ;112

last update: 2024-February-19
1942-February-27 KIA RCAF Sergeant Earl Morse Jackson 2021-08-11

Kittyhawk AK994

s/n
 AK994

Known Squadron Assignments: ;112

last update: 2024-February-19
1942-May-18 RCAF Flight Sergeant John Vernon Davey 2023-09-02

Kittyhawk AK996

s/n
 AK996

Known Squadron Assignments: ;111

last update: 2024-February-19
1942-January-22 Accident: 111 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Pat Bay Names: Pigden
1942-July-16 Accident: 111 Squadron Loc: Kismaliuk Bay Unalaska Is Names: Maxmen
1942-July-16 KIA RCAF Sergeant Stanley Raymond Maxmen 2023-09-24

Kittyhawk AL110

s/n
 AL110

Known Squadron Assignments:

last update: 2024-February-19
   1941-December-01 Taken on Strength 2022-02-07
   1946-March-30 Struck off Strength 2022-02-07
📙 JA Griffin (2005:Smith, Castle): 1968 487 | 1968 487

Kittyhawk AL130

s/n
 AL130

Known Squadron Assignments: ;250

last update: 2024-February-19
1942-May-26 KIA RCAF Warrant Officer Edwin Albert Russell 2023-07-19

Kittyhawk AL138

s/n
 AL138

Known Squadron Assignments: ;111

last update: 2024-February-19
1942-July-16 Accident: 111 Squadron Loc: Kismaliuk Bay Unalaska Is Names: Lennon
1942-July-16 KIA RCAF Flight Sergeant Frank Robert Lennon 2021-08-13

Kittyhawk AL160

s/n
 AL160

Known Squadron Assignments: ;2

last update: 2024-February-19
1942-August-15 KIA RAF Pilot Officer John Kitson McIvor 2023-09-24

Kittyhawk AL166

s/n
 AL166

Known Squadron Assignments: ;111

last update: 2024-February-19
1942-July-16 Accident: 111 Squadron Loc: Kismaliuk Bay Unalaska Is Names: Baird
1942-July-16 KIA RCAF Flight Sergeant Gordon Douglas Russell Baird 2023-02-08

Kittyhawk AL199

s/n
 AL199

Known Squadron Assignments: ;250

last update: 2024-February-19
1942-August-03 KIA RCAF Warrant Officer 2nd Class James Alexander Riddell 2023-09-07

Kittyhawk AL201

s/n
 AL201

Known Squadron Assignments: ;111

last update: 2024-February-19
1942-February-28 Accident: 14 Squadron Loc: Aerodrome Names: Reid
1942-July-16 Accident: 111 Squadron Loc: Kismaluik Bay Unalaska Is Names: Whiteside
1942-July-16 KIA RCAF Pilot Officer Dean Edward Whiteside 2021-07-09

Kittyhawk AL212

s/n
 AL212

Known Squadron Assignments: ;111

last update: 2024-February-19
1942-April-19 Accident: 111 Squadron Loc: Off Galiano Island Names: Stapleton
1942-April-19 KIA RCAF Sergeant Douglas Leslie Stapleton 2023-02-16

Kittyhawk AL216

s/n
 AL216

Known Squadron Assignments: ;132

last update: 2024-February-19
1942-August-23 Accident: 132 Squadron Loc: North Of No 3 Hangar Names: Elliott
1942-October-06 Accident: 132 Squadron Loc: Williams Head British Columbia Names: Butler | Johnson
1942-October-06 KIA RCAF Pilot Officer Gerald Pringle Johnson 2023-05-02

Kittyhawk AL219

s/n
 AL219

Known Squadron Assignments: ;112

last update: 2024-February-19
1942-June-04 KIA RCAF Pilot Officer Eric Atkinson 2021-12-30

Kittyhawk AL225

s/n
 AL225

Known Squadron Assignments: ;112

last update: 2024-February-19
1942-June-21 PoW RAAF Flight Lieutenant (Acting) Rudolph Maurice Leu 2023-01-23

Kittyhawk ET572

s/n
 ET572

Known Squadron Assignments: ;53

last update: 2024-February-19
1942-September-28 KIFA RCAF Sergeant Joseph Wilfrid Marcel Gilbert 2023-09-07

Kittyhawk EV117

s/n
 EV117

Known Squadron Assignments: 112

last update: 2024-February-19
1942-August-28 PoW RCAF Flight Lieutenant John F Loree 2021-05-04

Kittyhawk EV339

s/n
 EV339

Known Squadron Assignments: ;2

last update: 2024-February-19
1943-April-09 KIFA RCAF Warrant Officer 2nd Class John Swinbank Phelps 2022-01-19

Kittyhawk EV340

s/n
 EV340

Known Squadron Assignments: ;112

last update: 2024-February-19
1942-August-15 KIA RCAF Flight Sergeant Harold Verne Schofield 2023-09-03

Kittyhawk FL226

s/n
 FL226

Known Squadron Assignments: ;260

Ex USAAF P-40F, serial number 41-13766.. Lost aerial combat during bomber escort, 3 Sep 1943 last update: 2024-February-19
1942-September-03 KIA RCAF Pilot Officer Joseph Stanislas Emile Marie Bernier 2023-09-02

Kittyhawk FL241

s/n
 FL241

Known Squadron Assignments: ;260

Ex USAAF P-40F, serial number 41-13796. Lost to aerial combat, North Africa., 06 Sep 1943 last update: 2024-February-19
1942-September-06 KIA RCAF Flying Officer Richard Archibald Dunbar 2021-08-04

Kittyhawk FL278

s/n
 FL278

Known Squadron Assignments: ;260

Ex USAAF P-40F, serial number 41-13868. last update: 2024-February-19
1943-March-29 KIA RCAF Flight Sergeant Weston Blair Stauble 2022-01-03

Kittyhawk FL314

s/n
 FL314

Known Squadron Assignments: ;260

Ex USAAF P-40F, serial number 41-13983. Lost to aerial combat near El Daba, North Africa., 23 Oct 1942 last update: 2024-February-19
1942-October-23 KIA RCAF Warrant Officer 2nd Class Eric Keith Tomlinson 2021-07-17

Kittyhawk FL322

s/n
 FL322

Known Squadron Assignments: ;260

Ex USAAF P-40F, serial number 41-13989. Lost to flak, BordJ Toual,North Africa.;27 Feb 1943 last update: 2024-February-19
1943-February-27 KIA RCAF Flying Officer Ronald Strongman Kent 2021-08-12

Kittyhawk FL350

s/n
 FL350

Known Squadron Assignments: ;260

Ex USAAF P-40F, serial number 41-14028. Reported missing during escort mission, 5 Nov 1942 last update: 2024-February-19
1942-November-05 KIA RCAF Warrant Officer 2nd Class George Walter Harttung 2021-08-09

Kittyhawk FL730

s/n
 FL730

Known Squadron Assignments: 112

last update: 2024-February-19
1943-February-05 PoW RCAF Warrant Officer 1st Class Jerard G R Lecours 2021-05-04

Kittyhawk FL877

s/n
 FL877

Known Squadron Assignments: ;250

last update: 2024-February-19
1942-November-07 KIA RCAF Pilot Officer Norman Richard Chap 2024-01-30

Kittyhawk FR0xx

s/n
 FR0xx

Known Squadron Assignments: 260

This is not an actual serial. It serves as a link for Arklie who ditched behind enemy lines in the western desert, January 2, 1943. last update: 2024-February-19

Combat Bi'r al Khurjah Libya 1943-01-02 to 1943-01-02

260 (F) Sqn (RAF) Hamraiet 1
From new base Hamraiet, 19 miles South West of Sirte
Waypoint Gheddahia [Qaryat Al Qaddahiyah]
Target Bi'r al Khurjah, Libya

Eleven Kittyhawk III sent on sweep over Churgia Landing Ground [Bi'r al Khurjah]. Our aircraft proceed out at ground level on a course of ??? and commenced to climb in square (B)X 06. When over Gheddahia at 2/3000' intense accurate light and heavy anti-aircraft fire was encountered. When over Churgia our top cover engaged 5(?) Me. 109s. Meanwhile 10+ Me. 109s took off and a general dogfight started. Squadron Leader Hanbury attacked one of the enemy aircraft at 2000'. It exploded and crashed at (R)S 2927. This incident was witnessed by Flight Sergeant Thomas and Flying Officer Perkins. Flight Lieutenant Edwards "Stocky Edwards" attacked another 109, and later a further 109. The latter enemy aircraft crashed at (R)S 2829 (?). Flying Officer Perkins fired at a 109 at 1/2000' and at a range of 50 yards and saw strikes on airscrew and engine. Flying Officer Perkins claimed this as a damaged. Pilot Officer Fallows also fired but made no claim.

Single engined aircraft were noted dispersed on the South side of the Landing Ground. A burnt out DC 3 was noted 8 miles South East of ??? Landing Ground

On the return journey Squadron Leader Hanbury and Pilot Officer Perkins shot up a German motor bowser and some troops slightly North West of Churgia Landing Ground. From this operation Flight Sergeant Arklie failed to return. Another aircraft (Sergeant Tuck) was shot up, Category II, and made a force landing at (R)S 7500. Sergeant Tuck returned to his unit after being picked up by the army. Visibility was good, 7/10 - 10/10 cloud at 10/12000'

Squadron Leader OV Hanbury, Flying Officer LV Flury, Flying Officer HP Perkins, Flight Lieutenant JF "Stocky" Edwards, Sergeant GD Tuck, Flying Officer G Fallows, Flying Officer RS Kent, Flight Sergeant EB Thomas, Flight Sergeant WH Parlee, Flight Sergeant WE Stewart, Flight Sergeant AM Arklie.


1943-January-02 PoW RCAF Flying Officer Andrew Melville Arklie 2023-10-08

Kittyhawk FR113

s/n
 FR113

Known Squadron Assignments: ;260

last update: 2024-February-19
1942-December-19 KIA RCAF Pilot Officer Jack Takvor 2021-07-20

Kittyhawk FR117

s/n
 FR117

Known Squadron Assignments: ;260

last update: 2024-February-19
1942-December-20 KIA RCAF Flight Lieutenant Victor Joseph Thagard 2021-07-20

Kittyhawk FR131

s/n
 FR131

Known Squadron Assignments: ;112

last update: 2024-February-19
1943-March-10 KIA RCAF Pilot Officer Rudolph Charles Carlyle Smith 2021-07-25

Kittyhawk FR134

s/n
 FR134

Known Squadron Assignments: ;260

last update: 2024-February-19
1942-December-20 KIA RCAF Flight Sergeant Lloyd Peter McClive 2023-09-24

Kittyhawk FR195

s/n
 FR195

Known Squadron Assignments: ;112

last update: 2024-February-19
1943-January-13 KIA RCAF Flying Officer Lewin Henry Curphey 2024-06-02

Kittyhawk FR216

s/n
 FR216

Known Squadron Assignments: 112

last update: 2024-February-19
1943-January-11 PoW RCAF Flight Lieutenant Joseph Michael Smith Crichton 2024-05-14

Kittyhawk FR221

s/n
 FR221

Known Squadron Assignments: ;113

last update: 2024-February-19
1943-May-28 KIFA RCAF Pilot Officer Ray Arthur Matthews 2023-07-19

Kittyhawk FR252

s/n
 FR252

Known Squadron Assignments: ;250

last update: 2024-February-19
1943-August-21 KIA RCAF Warrant Officer 1st Class Cornelius Cameron McDougall 2023-09-24

Kittyhawk FR260

s/n
 FR260

Known Squadron Assignments: ;250

last update: 2024-February-19
1942-November-01 KIA RCAF Flight Sergeant Walter Keogh Martin 2022-01-05

Kittyhawk FR262

s/n
 FR262

Known Squadron Assignments: ;112

last update: 2024-February-19
1942-October-27 KIA RCAF Sergeant Arthur Frederick George Martin 2022-01-05

Kittyhawk FR275

s/n
 FR275

Known Squadron Assignments: ;112

last update: 2024-February-19
1943-March-10 KIA RCAF Warrant Officer 2nd Class Richard De Bourke 2022-02-01

Kittyhawk FR325

s/n
 FR325

Known Squadron Assignments: 112

last update: 2024-February-19
1943-March-10 PoW RAF Flight Lieutenant Robert Rutherford Smith 2021-05-21

Kittyhawk FR361

s/n
 FR361

Known Squadron Assignments: ;112

last update: 2024-February-19
1943-March-10 KIA RCAF Sergeant John Henry Oliver 2023-09-24

Kittyhawk FR429

s/n
 FR429

Known Squadron Assignments: 112

last update: 2024-February-19
1943-August-04 PoW RCAF Flight Lieutenant Rae Douglas Guess 2023-07-13

Kittyhawk FR502

s/n
 FR502

Known Squadron Assignments: ;112

last update: 2024-February-19
1943-July-13 KIA RCAF Warrant Officer 1st Class Fred Renshaw Vance 2021-07-13

Kittyhawk FR813

s/n
 FR813

Known Squadron Assignments: ;260

last update: 2024-February-19
1943-August-08 KIA RCAF Pilot Officer William Herbert Parlee 2021-08-18

Kittyhawk FR860

s/n
 FR860

Known Squadron Assignments: ;112

last update: 2024-February-19
1943-September-19 KIA RCAF Warrant Officer 1st Class Wilfred David Brown 2022-04-18

Kittyhawk FX538

s/n
 FX538

Known Squadron Assignments: ;450

last update: 2024-February-19
1943-December-09 KIA RCAF Flying Officer Lawrence Andrew Frost MiD 2024-04-29

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